Homes with slanted roofs for Morrison complex in Argentina created by BBOA
June 23, 2021 - Santa Fe
White brick walls and angled roofs feature in a housing project in Rosario that was designed by Argentine firm BBOA.
The Morrison development is located in Rosario, the largest city in Argentina's Santa Fe province.
For a 1,500-square-metre parcel, the architects created an ensemble of seven free-standing houses. They are placed at different angles on the rectangular site. Each 100-square-metre, two-storey building has white brick walls and an angled roof.
At the heart of the ground floor is a unit made of guatambú plywood where all service functions are gathered. The unit also helps articulate the function of each space on the main level – the entrance, stairs, kitchen and common area.
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